David Jesse Bobrow was born the only son of Julie Sipser and Danny Bobrow in Denver, Colorado and spent time in many states during his childhood years, including Kansas, Minnesota, New Mexico, and Maine. He graduated from high school in Maine and attended college at Loyola/New Orleans. Upon graduation he moved to Florida where he took the position of Director of Marketing / Communications for a national health care products company. He left that company and attended law school at George Washington in Washington DC. Upon graduation in 2001, he relocated to Kennebunkport, Maine where he became the first lawyer at Caring Unlimited, York County's Domestic Violence Program.
Since returning to Maine, David has represented thousands of clients in family, civil, and criminal matters. He was an adjunct professor at York County Community where he taught the family law section and mock trial section of the paralegal program. He is licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, the First Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.
David has published numerous legal and non-legal articles and is frequently asked to provide legal opinions and analysis on issues related to Domestic Violence. He has also prevailed several times at the Maine Judicial Law Court and been featured twice in editions of Maine Lawyers Weekly.
When David is not practicing law, he is an avid sports fan where he cheers primarily for the Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Vikings, and Kansas Jayhawks. He is actively involved in many community programs including Preble Street Resource Center, the Center for Grieving Children, the National and Maine Make a Wish Foundation, the Save the Children Foundation, HART and the Animal Refuge League. David also participates in numerous athletic leagues and enjoys traveling, music, and fine dining.